GRE Question of the Day (January 12th)

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Box A contains 2 black chips. Box B contains 2 white chips. Box C contains 1 black chip and 1 white chip. Ted chooses a box at random and then randomly selects a chip from that box. If the selected chip is black, what is the probability that the other chip in the same box is also black?

A) 1/5
B) 1/4
C) 1/3
D) 1/2
E) 2/3

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